Michael van Gerwen wins Premier League once again

For the fourth time in his career and the third time in a row, Michael van Gerwen has won the Premier League.

Michael van Gerwen is once again the winner of the Premier League. In the semifinal he beat Rob Cross with 10-6. Michael van Gerwen quickly built a good head start and the Englishman was never really close.

In the second semifinal, Michael Smith won with 10-6, where he beat his former mentor, Gary Anderson.

In the final, Michael van Gerwen was even more outstanding than he was in the semifinal. There was never any doubt who would win that match. At the 8-1, MvG dived a little in level, so Smith got a pair of checkouts, but it all ended with a 11-4 win for Michael van Gerwen.

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Premier League Play-Offs tonight

It’s time to find the champion of the Unibet Premier League 2018.

We have reached the last day of the Unibet Premier League. Four players have fought to reach the top four and now it pays off with a place amongst the last players.

It all start at 8:10 pm with Michael van Gerwen against Rob Cross. A reproduction of the semifinal at Ally Pally.

Despite some bad days in Holland, MvG has been an absolute beast through the tournament and he will without a doubt demand himself to play fantastic tonight. It seems like Rob Cross can’t reach the level from the World Championships, but he will need to, if he wanna challenge MvG tonight.

The second semifinal will be between Michael Smith and Gary Anderson. The former protege against his mentor.

Michael Smith had an outrageous start in the tournament. He then dropped a little in form, but the Englishman has been quite stable throughout the season. Smith won the first match against Gary in 7-5, but match number two was a great 7-2 win for Gary, so it seems like it could be quite an equal match tonight.

The format of the semi’s will be best of 19 legs and the final will be best of 21.

 

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Michael van Gerwen won Dutch Darts Masters again

For the fifth time in a row, Michael van Gerwen won Dutch Darts Masters.

Michael van Gerwen is almost untouchable at the time. This evening he won his fourth title on the Europa Tour. His fifth win in a row at the Dutch Darts Masters.

Many thought Daryl Gurney would be the stop for MvG in the semifinal. Gurney was ahead with 6-2. But as always the Dutchman found that extra gear that no one else has and suddenly he had won 7-6. Thus he was ready for the final against Irish Steve Lennon, who had beat Kim Huybrecths with 7-5 in the second semifinal.

Michael van Gerwen continued the same supreme style in the final. He was ahead of 5-1 after the first six legs, after which Steve Lennon began to hit the doubles. Steve Lennon never came closer than 7-5, even though MvG was not playing well.

Nevertheless, Michael van Gerwen won.

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Host Nation Qualifier

Event registration for the Host Nation Qualifier to the Danish Darts Masters

The event will take place June 21st on Park Inn by Radisson, Copenhagen Airport.

There will be one qualifier only for the Danish Players and one qualifier for the rest of the PDC Nordic & Baltic players.

The two finalist in each event will qualify for the Danish Darts Masters

Cut-off date: June 18th 2018 at 23:59

  • Venue will open at 14:00
  • Registration 14:00 – 16:00
  • The tournaments will begin at 17:00

Registration for the event 

Venue

 

 

 

Hotel Park Inn by Radisson
Engvej 171
2300 Kbh S, Denmark

https://www.parkinn.dk/hotel-koebenhavn 

Registrations

Registrations for the events

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Note: The list will be updated frequently. If you have entered an event and your name is not on the list after 48h – or after deadline then contact registration@pdc-nordic.tv as soon as possible.

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Final day of the European Darts Grand Prix

We have reached the last day of the European Tour 5, who can win it?

Who will take the trophy and the price-money? Michael van Gerwen have already done it twice this year, but Peter Wright showed yesterday, that he is in a great form at the moment.

MvG will have to beat Darren Webster to begin with, Peter Wright will face Danny Noppert.

It will also be interesting to watch Jamie Lewis against Paul Nicholson, Mensur Suljovic against Simon Whitlock and Rob Cross against James Wade.

See the full program of the day below:

2018 European Darts Grand Prix
Sunday May 6
Afternoon Session (1pm local time, 12pm BST)

Third Round
Michael Van Gerwen v Darren Webster
Dave Chisnall v Ian White
Jamie Lewis v Paul Nicholson
Michael Smith v Jermaine Wattimena
Peter Wright v Danny Noppert
Joe Cullen v Kyle Anderson
Mensur Suljovic v Simon Whitlock
Rob Cross v James Wade

Evening Session (7.15pm local time, 6.15pm BST)
Quarter-Finals
Semi-Finals
Final

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Second day of the European Darts Grand Prix- Madars starts the show

It’s the second day of the European Darts Grand Prix in Sindelfingen, Germany.

There were a couple of spectacular matches yesterday, let’s hope for some more today.

First up we have Nordic & Baltic qualifier Madars Razma against his Unicorn “teammate” Ian White. It will be a tough challenge for Madars, but if he can play as he did during the first 3 legs yesterday, then who knows? Everytthing is possible in the darts.

We will also see Simon Whitlock take on Jan Dekker, Daryl Gurney against Jamie Lewis and Michael van Gerwen against Alan Tabern.

And then the day ends with a firework. In the last match we have Rob Cross facing Vincent van der Voort. Vincent played absolutely fantastic yesterday against Steve Lennon. With an average just above 103 Vincent seems ready to take on a player, such as Rob Cross.

See the full program of the day below:

Afternoon Session 
Ian White v Madars Razma
Dave Chisnall v Matt Padgett
Jelle Klaasen v Jermaine Wattimena
Joe Cullen v Martin Schindler
Gerwyn Price v Danny Noppert
Michael Smith v Arron Monk
Kim Huybrechts v Kyle Anderson
Simon Whitlock v Jan Dekker

Evening Session
Daryl Gurney v Jamie Lewis
Darren Webster v Robert Marijanovic
Mervyn King v Paul Nicholson
Mensur Suljovic v Jamie Caven
Michael van Gerwen v Alan Tabern
Peter Wright v Kirk Shepherd
John Henderson v James Wade
Rob Cross v Vincent Van der Voort

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European Darts Grand Prix starts today – Madars Razma plays early

It’s time for the fifth tournament on the European Tour, more precisely European Darts Grand Prix.

A weekend full of darts once again. This time we are back in Germany for the European Darts Grand Prix.

PDCNB will be presented by Madars Razma. The Latvian will take on Steve Hine, the worlds number 79. A great draw for Madars.

Besides these two, we will also see names such as Dimitri van den Bergh, Vincent van der Voort, Stephen Bunting and Jamie Lewis, who has been quite hidden since his great run at the Ally Pally.

But the most interesting game today will undoubtedly be the game between James Wade and Max Hopp. James Wade will chase his chance of winning his first tournament in 2018 and Max Hopp will try to make another great result in his home country.

A great day of darts awaits us. Game on.

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Will Michael van Gerwen put an end to the bad streak?

It’s thursday and that means, it is time for another round of the Premier League.

Michael van Gerwen, sensationally, lost both his matches last week. After that he took a break and did not compete in Austria, so maybe he will come back with a refound top level. He will have to show that level against Daryl Gurney and Michael Smith.

Michael Smith will also meet Peter Wright. Peter Wright have to win the match, if he should have any chance to reach the top four. A defeat and Peter Wright can’t reach it.

Gary Anderson and Rob Cross can secure their place in the top four, if they win against Simon Whitlock and Raymond van Barneveld.

See the full program and the league table below:

Unibet Premier League
Night 13 – April 26
The Manchester Arena, Manchester

Peter Wright v Michael Smith
Daryl Gurney v Michael van Gerwen
Simon Whitlock v Gary Anderson
Raymond van Barneveld v Rob Cross
Michael Smith v Michael van Gerwen

Premier League Darts table

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Second night of this weeks Premier League is upon us

Peter Wright beated Michael van Gerwen last night. Tonight MvG faces Raymond van Barneveld.

Peter Wright looks like a man back in form. Last night he beated Michael van Gerwen with the score 7-5.

Gary Anderson was also flying with not one, but two victories last night. First he almost demolished Michael Smith and then he beated Rob Cross.

Tonight Gary Anderson will face Daryl Gurney. Gary Anderson seems like the favorite in this match.

But the biggest game of the night is, without a doubt, the dutch classic between Michael van Gerwen and Raymond van Barneveld. The worlds number one rarely loose to matches in a row, so it seems like a tough night for Barney.

See the results from yesterday, todays program and the league table below:

Premier League
Night 11 – April 18
Rotterdam Ahoy

Michael Smith 2-7 Gary Anderson
Rob Cross 7-4 Daryl Gurney
Raymond van Barneveld 7-3 Simon Whitlock
Peter Wright 7-5 Michael van Gerwen
Rob Cross 3-7 Gary Anderson

Night 12 – April 19
Rotterdam Ahoy

Simon Whitlock v Michael Smith
Daryl Gurney v Gary Anderson
Rob Cross v Peter Wright
Michael van Gerwen v Raymond van Barneveld
Daryl Gurney v Simon Whitlock

Premier League

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Sensation in German Darts Open – Max Hopp is the new champion

The unseeded Max ‘Maximiser’ Hopp is 2018 German Darts Open champion.

Almost no one would have guessed this result. An absolutely fantastic day of darts all wrapped up with a sensation of a champion.

When the day started people had Michael van Gerwen as the favourite, but sensationally lost to Ian White. His first loss in 27 matches in the European Tour.

Swedish Daniel Larsson also competed today, but unfortunately he never reached his top level against Joe Cullen and lost 6-2.

And then there was Max Hopp. No one could have written it any better. The young German won at home in Germany.

His first match of the day against Benito van de Pas was not that good. Both players had averages under 85. But Max won 6-4. The same result he got in the quarter-final against Joe Cullen.

In the semi-final he met the world champion Rob Cross and with a average at 100,23 and a 121-checkout in the decisive leg, he suddenly was in the final.

Michael Smith was up with 3-0 and 6-3, nobody figured that Max Hopp would have any chance to win the match. But suddenly he started to make high scores and Michael Smith could not hit the doubles. At position 6-6 Max had an opportunity for a 170-checkout, but he missed the bull and Michael made it 7-6.

But Max did not give up and after equalising to 7-7 he made yet another 121-checkout in the decisive leg. What a day and what a tournament for the young German.

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